Patricia Roscosky

May 28, 1928 - April 08, 2024

Visitation: Friday April 12, 2024 from 9:30 AM until time of Blessing Service at 11:30 AM at Devlin Funeral Home, 806 Perry Hwy

Patricia McHenry Roscosky, 95, formerly of Greensburg, passed away on April 8, 2024. Born on May 28, 1928.

Preceded in death by her husband William Roscosky Sr.; son William Roscosky Jr.; Brothers George (Eileen) McHenry; Charles ‘Boo’ (Elaine) McHenry; sister in laws Joanne McHenry and Evelyn McCauley and brother in law Ellis ‘Buck’ McCauley.

She is survived by her daughter Linda Thomas and beloved son in law William Thomas; granddaughter Cortney Norris (Ryan); loving great granddaughter Cara; Brother Richard McHenry; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Patricia graduated from Latrobe Area High School in 1946 and entered Mercy School of Nursing from 1946-1949. She worked at Latrobe Area Hospital and Jeannette District Memorial Hospital for 24 years. She was Vice President at the then Suburban General Hospital Auxiliary and also Vice President of the gift shop. She volunteered, later worked at Giant Eagle for 16 years as a food demonstrator. And by many she was know as Nanny Pat. In her spare time, she enjoyed many cruises and trips with her friends.

Friends will be received Friday April 12, 2024 from 9:30 AM until time of blessing service at 11:30 AM at Devlin Funeral Home; 806 Perry Hwy.

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  • Patty rieg

    Pat you will be missed by so many , we had some good times just hanging out at the kitchen Table. These days I will treasure , so many laughs we share. My you rest in peace !

  • Kimberly Handlan

    I’m saddened to hear of Nanny Pat’s passing. I have so many fond memories of her and all of you, back in the day. She was a special lady and loved by many. My boys and I wish you peace and comfort at this difficult time. Love Kim, Nick and Alex.

  • Carolyn Zubik

    Linda and Bill you have our deepest sympathies. What a True Light Nanny Pat was. Her smile just lit up a room and she was tough and sweet at the same time What a Beautiful combination. She will be forever missed and you two should be so proud of how wonderful you made her life. You were there for her . Always. Linda you are the beautiful Legacy that she left behind. All our love Carolyn and Jim Zubik

  • Peggy and Bob

    Nanny Pat was always fun to be around, Bob loved coming over to Righty’s to hang out. Sympathy to Bill, Linda and family on your loss.

  • Allen Randall

    I am very sorry for your families loss Linda , I am so glad that I was able to say that I got to spend time with her and had her in my life ( and Bill’s ). May she rest in peace after a life well lived.

  • Joanne Klinvex

    Heaven has truly gained a special Angel. I met Nanny Pat in 1989, and loved her since that day.
    She gave my youngest daughter, who is now 34, her first bath. We celebrated many holidays & birthdays together. So many fond & fun times that I will cherish always.
    Life won’t be the same, but her memory will be a blessing forever!
    RIP Nan🕊️

  • Debbie & Len Lutz

    So sorry for your loss. Nanny Pat was always full of life, so very warm and friendly. She will be missed by many. Prayers to your family.

  • Judy (Cherniss) Terhune

    All the wonderful and happy memories that had been shared many decades ago, and there were so many of them to remember at the Webbers house. Nanny Pat was a super sweet lady, and always made everyone laugh. She will be missed deeply. Prayers to the entire family, and she’ll always be with you in heart.

  • Betsy Schaedler

    Aunt Patty was a joy to be around! When I was a little girl I loved to visit her home with Uncle Bill. My Dad, her brother George, was very close to his sister and Aunt Patty was a special part of his life, especially after my mother died. May Aunt Patty rest in God’s loving embrace.

  • Richard McHenry

    As my beloved aunt and friend I definitely will miss her. We would take local trips together, to Latrobe, and to Greensburg. I learned a lot about my Dad. my Uncle Charlie and my Uncle Dick after whom I was named. My hope is to see her again.

  • Sharry Setmire

    My Heartfelt Sympathy to the family and prayers for strength for the days ahead. Lots of childhood memories growing up in Eastwood – always had a smile for you & lots of laughs. She will be missed. RIP❤️

  • Barbara Cox and Mark Muto

    Pat always brightened our day, with her keen sense of humor and beaming smile. A wonderful and welcoming neighbor and a dear friend.

  • PJ Manni

    Nanny Pat was so full of life. She always made me smile. A very special person. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  • Tom Kam

    Thomas Family, So sorry for your loss! What a wonderful woman Pat was! She always put a smile on my face with her smile and kindness! She will be missed by all who knew her! I miss seeing you all! Love Tom

  • Bernice Arienzo, Michelle, Mackenzie,and skylar

    So sorry for your loss we are in your prayers 💖. Definitely will miss her that’s for sure.


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